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- A codicil must be dated, signed and witnessed just like a will.
- Many states don't allow beneficiaries to be witnesses.
- System Requirements
There are two ways to modify a will. One is to add a "codicil" to it. A codicil is a sort of legal "P.S." to the will, revoking part of it or adding a provision, such as a new gift of an item of property. (The other way is to write a new will.)
You can use this codicil if you want to make a very simple change to your will, such as revoking a single provision or making a new gift. If you want to make multiple corrections or complicated changes, you should rewrite your will. You can do so quickly and easily using Quicken WillMaker Plus.
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Posted on 2/9/2021
A very easy form to use and quick to complete. One question: why isn't a 'self-proving affidavit' form included?
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Posted on 7/9/2019
The document was concise and comprehensive, as were the directions related to it.
Easy to use.
Posted on 2/17/2018
Very easy to use.